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Secretary Jackson Photos at Speeches and Presentations

[Photo: Secretary Jackson addressing the World Urban Forum 3.] HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson addresses the World Urban Forum 3 in Vancouver, Canada. June 20, 2006
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[Photo: Congressman Reynolds, Marie Strassner, and Secretary Jackson.] Secretary Jackson and Congressman Tom Reynolds during a nation wide campaign to promote affordable housing, present a plant to new homeowner Marie Strassner at her residence in Greece, New York during Homeownership Month.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson at the 2006 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Housing Symposium.] Secretary Jackson discusses ways to overcome barriers in homeownership at the 2006 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Housing Symposium.
[Photo: Children's Health Forum Co-Chair Secretary Jack Kemp and Secretary Jackson] (L to R) Children's Health Forum Co-Chair Secretary Jack Kemp and Secretary Jackson in St Louis, MO talk about the successful elimination of lead from a homeowners home.
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[Photo: Group Photo] (L to R) Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Al Jackson, Sen. Christopher "Kit" Bond (R-Mo), Children's Health Forum Co-Chair Secretary Jack Kemp and Children's Health Forum Founder and Chair Dr. Benjamin Hooks, listen as St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay talks about the successful elimination of lead from a homeowners home where small children live in St. Louis on May 8, 2006. The Children's Health Forum is devoted to eradicating childhood diseases that are preventable through outreach and education that disproportionately impact poor and minority communities.
[Photo: Closing the Mentoring Gap press conference] Secretary Jackson at the "Closing the Mentoring Gap" press conference greets 10 year old protege Amii Young. Amii's mentor is U. S. Senator Tom Harkin.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson addressing leaders from MENTOR] Secretary Jackson addresses leaders from MENTOR and the Corporation for National and Community Service to announce steps aimed at closing the mentoring gap. The Secretary offered his personal testimony as a mentor to several young African American students from across the United States. Alan Schwartz, Vice Chair MENTOR, left and David Eisner,CEO, Corporation for National and Community Service, right, listen to Secretary Jackson's remarks at the "Closing the Mentoring Gap" press conference.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson] HUD Secretary Jackson speaks to families in La Habra, CA regarding health hazards in the home. The Secretary visited the area to launch HUD's 30-city "Healthy Homes For Healthy Kids" campaign.
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[Photo: Secretary Jackson] HUD Secretary Jackson speaking in La Habra, CA
[Photo: Secretary Jackson at the podium in D.C] Secretary Jackson address the African American Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson at the podium addressing the NAMB in D.C] Secretary Jackson addresses the National Association of Mortgage Brokers in Washington, D.C.
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[Photo: Secretary Jackson greets Joe Garcia, President of the National Congress of American Indians meeting during his remarks in Washington, D.C.] Secretary Jackson greets Joe Garcia, President of the National Congress of American Indians meeting during his remarks in Washington, D.C.
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[Photo: Secretary speaking to the National Congress of American Indians in Tulsa, Oklahoma] Secretary speaking to the National Congress of American Indians in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
[Photo: Secretary speaking to the National Congress of American Indians in Tulsa, Oklahoma] Secretary speaking to the National Congress of American Indians in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson addresses the White House Conference on Helping America's Youth held at Howard University in Washington, D.C.] Secretary Jackson addresses the White House Conference on Helping America's Youth held at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson addresses housing officials in Dallas, Texas] Secretary Jackson addresses housing officials in Dallas, Texas
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[Photo: Secretary Jackson addresses the National Urban League] Secretary Jackson addresses the National Urban League.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson making an announcement with with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.] Bush Administration announces record $1.4 Billion to help hundreds of thousands of homeless individuals and families. HUD funds will support unprecedented number of local programs. Secretary Jackson was in Los Angeles with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
[Photo: Secretary Jackson at podium with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger behind him.] Bush Administration announces record $1.4 Billion to help hundreds of thousands of homeless individuals and families. HUD funds will support unprecedented number of local programs. Secretary Jackson was in Los Angeles with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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[Photo:  Secretary Jackson addresses the National Press Club] Secretary Jackson addresses the National Press Club
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[Photo:  Left to Right: Congresswoman Harris, Secretary Jackson, Senator Allard, Congressman Gary Miller, Congressman Bob Ney] At a press conference celebrating the release of $161.5 million dollars to help low income families purchase their first home.
[Photo:  Secretary Jackson] Secretary Jackson visits Dallas, Texas to announce $94.5 million in community development and housing funds for Texas.
[Photo:  Secretary Jackson and Congressman Pete Sessions] Secretary Jackson along with Congressman Pete Sessions announce HUD grants targeted to lower income persons and families in need.
[Photo:  Congressman Pete Sessions receiving a check from Secretary Jackson] Congressman Pete Sessions receives a check for 94.5 million in community development and housing funds from Secretary Jackson.
[Photo:  Secretary Jackson] Secretary Jackson
[Photo: President Bush sign into law the American Dream Downpayment Act] Watching President Bush sign into law the American Dream Downpayment Act are, from left to right, Delegate Madeleine Bordallo, Guam; former HUD Secretary Mel Martinez; Rep. Michael Oxley, Ohio; Sen. Wayne Allard, Colorado; Rep. Katherine Harris, Florida; HUD Secretary Jackson; and Rep. Jim Leach, Iowa.
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[Photo: President Bush at the podium]
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[Photo: President Bush at the podium]
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[Photo: President Bush and Secretary Jackson at the podium]
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